Bug#395911: error mounting/creating filesystems windowswindow~1.log is 92k, but it has 41 clusters (164k)
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Installed from debian-testing-i386-netinst.iso
I am not shure how to check exact version number? This is not clear.
I choose to manualy edit partitions table, 3 partitions I selected as
"use as FAT32" and mount point /win1 /win2 and /win3.
Other partition was reformated as JFS for mount point /
there also was ext2 boot and swap.
After question-warning about formating the boot, swap and root after few
seconds an error box apperared:
windowswindow~1.log is 92k, but it has 41 clusters (164k)
dmesg -c on second console didnt showed anything relevant, only
information that swap was mounted/added.
Perhaps the fat system there was damaged before and debian tried to
mount it? But if so then this windows-fault, not-our-business error
probably should be displayed in more "OMG, we failed, The Drama!" way
not to scare newbies?
After ignoring it there was another error,
FIle system is reporting the freee space as 409170 clusters, not 409199
The hard disc is 40 GB in size.
after ignoring them the installation was fine it seems.
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